spring 2015
e-team program grantees

Congratulations to our newest E-Teams!

Each of these teams has been awarded $5,000 to support project/product development and to attend a workshop on how to better articulate the opportunities for their innovations in the marketplace.

Read the press release here.

Learn how to apply to the E-Team program here.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Low cost, neurally controlled prosthetic hands

Worcester Polytechnic Institute
An antimicrobial coating for medical devices that doesn’t promote antibiotic resistance

Santa Clara University
AquaSift: Water Contaminant Sensing Ecosystem
A means of testing water sources for a variety of contaminants using a mobile phone

Texas A & M University
Acoustic Shield
A gunshot detection sensor designed to decrease the notification time of first responders

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
SubQ Assist
Development of a task-shifting device for sub-dermal contraceptive implants

University of Colorado at Boulder
Big Blue Technologies
New materials processing technology for the ceramics and light metal industries

Oregon State University
Fused Machines
A desktop machine for the engineering-grade 3D printing market

North Dakota State University
Advanced Bone Technology
Replicates the shape and mechanical properties of a human bone for use in medical research

Harding University
A portable, low-cost device that produces life-saving MANA food paste on-site for starting and malnourished children

Arizona State University
Solar panels for vertical building walls

Oklahoma State University
Stronger and more reliable carbon fiber-reinforced composites

Stanford University
Enables architects to easily create low-cost, energy efficient buildings

West Virginia University
WindPax LLC
Portable, collapsing wind turbines devices

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